Zesty Paws, a brand specialising in functional pet supplements, has announced the availability of its range of functional dog treats in the UK.

These products can now be found in Pets at Home stores nationwide and online through Zooplus, Amazon, and zestypaws.co.uk.

These treats are not only recommended by professionals but also beloved by dogs themselves. Crafted with clinically proven ingredients, minerals, and vitamins, each bite offers a blend of health benefits without any artificial colours or flavours.

A Treat for Every Need

From seasonal allergies to hip and joint mobility, Zesty Paws offers a diverse range of supplements tailored to various health needs, breeds, and life stages. Combining taste and functionality, these treats provide a delicious snack packed with essential nutrients. As a certified B Corp company, Zesty Paws adheres to the highest standards of quality and sustainability.

Zesty Paws recognises the profound connection between pets and their owners, acknowledging that dogs are more than just pets; they are cherished members of the family. With dog parents being active companions, walking an average of 21 miles per week, Zesty Paws aims to provide something truly exceptional for both pets and their owners.

Sophie Lacroix, General Manager EU and UK at Zesty Paws, expressed enthusiasm about the brand’s expansion into the UK market. She emphasised the importance of providing high-quality supplements that not only enhance pets’ wellbeing but also delight their taste buds.

She said, “This is a great milestone for Zesty Paws Europe as our range of premium pet supplements will now be available at Pets at Home stores across the UK as well as online at Zooplus. These partnerships enable us to further our mission of enhancing the wellbeing of pets everywhere with high-quality, functional supplements that, as our pets show us, are also delicious! We believe every pet deserves the best and we are making that a reality by providing accessible top-tier health products to improve the lives of pets across Europe.”